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The Swiss Museum of Transport is Switzerland's most-visited museum and showcases the fascinating history of transport, its achievements and its vehicles. Art lovers will take great delight in the Rosengart Collection and the Lucerne Museum of Art. The Glacier Garden has fascinating kettle basins – giant rock formations that date from the last Ice Age. The Bourbaki Panorama, for its part, is one of the world's last-remaining paintings in the round, and the Richard Wagner Museum occupies the building where the composer himself once lived.
Museums and collections in the Lucerne
The platform of Swiss museums
An overview of more than 100 years of the history of the Swiss Armed Forces in realistic images and settings, the main focus being on uniforms from 1898 to the present day, including the Korean mission, the Swiss Guard, the UN and the OSCE. More …
Technological wonders from the history of transportation, art treasures by Picasso and Klee, a large-scale circular painting, archaeological finds from the Stone Age, regional folklore and a wealth of amazing and unusual exhibits: if you like museums, you will like Lucerne. Here, you will find a wide variety of exhibitions and collections More …
The Museum in Bellpark, a forum for history, photography and art, is home to an eclectic gathering of themes. Where else would you find exhibitions featuring motorways, clubs, refuges and barracks, bunkers and mopeds? More …